As story about the beginning of the end of our economy as we know it.
Author Archive: The Market Man
The way China thinks about the dollar and gold affects every one of us on our precious Amelia Island.
Home prices are down an average 27% from the 2006 peak. But property taxes – which are based on your home’s assessed value – are up 12% over the same time period.
One of life‚Äôs many credos is to protect and enhance your wealth, as small or large as it may be.
A story of why not to buy a house
Consumer spending remains weak. Loan demand remains weak. Credit markets are tight. The labor market is weak. Wages are frozen in most industries and the cost of raw materials is higher.
A story of frightening new facts about the next crisis for consumers.
It only takes a few minutes to read the whole thing, but it contains a lifetime of fantastic investing advice.
A little something for the people of Fernandina Beach who think our politics are foul‚Ä¶.Hubris and the Hooker.
Gold is the most widely accepted precious metal position, but silver actually has stronger characteristics which could yield better investment returns.
Instead of dreaming of building a mansion or retiring early, the poor saps that go on those shows are now just hoping to win some kind of money to keep afloat.
Wall Street’s next sick trick is to package life insurance policies into bonds. Then investors receive payouts when the insured die.
Ethan Roberts is full of great ideas regarding our politicians.
Households are so deep in debt that they‚Äôve stopped buying, and I don‚Äôt care what the so-called consumer confidence surveys say.
Here is a story about our government’s stupid and immoral monetary policy.